It’s been the trend for some time now, and while everyone’s main question is about productivity increase, the simple fact that it’s not uncommon to see dual monitors at a friend’s house is a bullet proof evidence that it people find it useful (if not luxurious). Nowadays, even those who don’t handle more than one software often have two to even three monitors. Ever seen Fallout 4 on triple monitors? Of course you have. So why wouldn’t you use a bunch of monitors for CAD? Let’s break it down.
For today’s design engineer CAD is the major software tool, many hours are spent at the workstation hammering away at the mouse and keyboard, it would seem that anything that helps with the ergonomics of this task would be a major benefit.
For months one of the top requests from our community and from Workbench users has been an Android mobile app - and here it is! Head on over to Google Play Store to install. We know you’re eager, so go ahead, we’ll wait.
It’s been over a month since we first announced the challenge to create a set of glasses that display closed-captioning for a movie, and the results have been overwhelming! All twenty-eight entries we received were amazing, and when it came time to pick ten finalists, we chose them based on creativity, design, and the use of an app (powered by WiFi/Bluetooth technology) to transmit captions to the glasses.
We’ve now ranked these ten finalists based on which are most parallel to our vision, and we’re now thrilled to announce the challenge winners! Read the rest of this entry »
Get inspired to create new, inventive bike accessories for the Velodroom product line! Their current lighting system, watch this video, is smart and practical, they start when you start and stop when you stop. They rear light even turns on when you brake. What would you create in Velodroom style for the daily bike commuter?
We are happy to share that we have paired up with Nokia to give our Community the chance to dream up some cool accessories for the Lumia 820. They are brainstorming what they could create to take advantage of their new wireless charging system and need your help. What do you imagine?
“Mommy, I can’t hear Grandpa!” That was the first difficulty Alex Kukoff's hearing loss presented. She struggled to hear her grandfather -- he was dying of complications of Parkinson’s Disease -- through the cell phone pressed against her ear in the noisy atmosphere of her mother’s bathroom.
If you're a professional Designer or Engineer, GrabCAD Workbench Beta is for you. GrabCADr Extraordinaire Tommy Mueller has been a tremendous asset to us by actively working with actual clients to bring their products to market quicker than before. Like what you see below, the first phase of creation of a new revolutionary shoe called Adaptive Footware™.
Edit: Tommy just made it public! You can see this project right here